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  • I can’t believe it’s been a year since I wrote my first article about home-schooling. My youngest son is now in the 5th grade, and I am still on the home-schooling train. Here are lessons learned.

    Lessons I Learned During My First Year of Homeschooling

    Lessons I Learned During My First Year of Homeschooling

    by Gina Welds Hulse3

  • In my experience, college was exciting and enlightening but finishing my thesis was full of missteps and brutal criticism. As an art, student it was more than brutal; it was crushing. How to recover?

    Artistic Nature and Harsh Criticism

    Artistic Nature and Harsh Criticism

    by Denise McGill20

  • The exceptional learner needs an exceptional instructor! Teaching the "one size fits all" method may be less complicated but it will not address the unique needs of the exceptional student.

    Modifying Instruction for Exceptional Learners

    Modifying Instruction for Exceptional Learners

    by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS12

  • This is my story of teaching English from 2007 until 2010 in Thailand. I relive my experiences of teaching in government and private schools in the Bangkok area.

    What's It Like Teaching English in Thailand

    What's It Like Teaching English in Thailand

    by Paul Richard Kuehn15

  • Investigating current electricity is a great hands on experience for kids to grasp the basic concepts of a resource so important to their daily lives. A circuit board makes the experience less frustrating and so much easier to demonstrate. With this circuit board it is possible to demonstrate series, parallel and a combination of both these circuits clearly and easily.

    How to Make a Circuit Board to Demonstrate Simple Electrical Circuits for Kids

    How to Make a Circuit Board to Demonstrate Simple Electrical Circuits for Kids

    by Teresa Coppens2

  • "Who Is The Girl in the Picture?" is about a group of five friends who are being haunted by an evil ghost named, Christina. If they don't find out who Christina is, then she may kill them all.

    "Who Is the Girl in the Picture?": A Book Review

    by Cleo Addams2

  • Whether you are a first-year teacher or a veteran teacher, the most important thing you must do on the first day of school is let students know your expectations through the class rules.

    Successful First Day of School Sets the Tone

    Successful First Day of School Sets the Tone

    by Susan Holland3

  • What is the purpose of an historical research paper? It is not what you might think. It is much more in depth than just reciting history. A research paper in history is an exercise in exploration and supporting theories. Too often, a student...

    The Purpose of an Historical Research Paper

    The Purpose of an Historical Research Paper

    by Rebecca Graf1

  • I went through formal Panhelenic recruitment in fall 2017, now I will be on the other side of recruitment as a member of Greek Life. Here is a list of things I wish I knew before rushing.

    What I Wish I Knew About Sorority Recruitment

    What I Wish I Knew About Sorority Recruitment

    by Dolly Hale2

  • Everything you need to know about The Common Core contrarians and proponents. It's not as easy as it should be but the article by Mike Wyn makes sense of it all.

    Common Core: The Facts of the Matter

    Common Core: The Facts of the Matter

    by Michael Wnek2

  • The two major nursing designations used within the United States are LPN which stands for licensed practical nurse and RN which is a registered nurse. Deciding which career path to take requires a good understanding of what each one involves in...

    LPN Vs. RN Nursing: What Are the Differences?

    LPN Vs. RN Nursing: What Are the Differences?

    by lender32120008

  • According to Anthony Clifford Grayling (1998) philosophy is the study of such fundamental problems as existence, reason, knowledge and mind among others.

    Does Philosophy Have Any Value for Kids?

    Does Philosophy Have Any Value for Kids?

    by Patrick0

  • Teaching old dogs new tricks requires some patience, and an understanding of the difficulties that senior students face. Classes for seniors are also very rewarding - both for the teacher and the students!

    Difficulties and Rewards of Teaching Seniors

    Difficulties and Rewards of Teaching Seniors

    by Kymberly Fergusson5

  • Carefully choosing and designing a workspace for homework completion can increase your academic success. Distractions and not having your tools close at hand are detrimental to getting homework done well and efficiently. Find tips for creating the perfect homework space which will contribute to your academic success.

    How to Make a Comfortable Workspace for Your Homework

    How to Make a Comfortable Workspace for Your Homework

    by Teresa Coppens10

  • How do you ace the ACT Reading test? The questions can actually get tricky, so you have to hone your skills to be able to adapt to the testing strategy of this particular exam.

    10 Nifty Tips to Improve Your ACT Reading Score

    10 Nifty Tips to Improve Your ACT Reading Score

    by Winnie Custodio0

  • Having a good complaint handling process is a critical part of retaining customers and building a positive reputation. Here are some tips that should help in establishing an effective complaint handling procedure.

    How to Handle Customer Complaints

    How to Handle Customer Complaints

    by Christine Mulberry13

  • A teaching portfolio is not just a scrapbook. A good teaching portfolio is a collection of items that are carefully selected to demonstrate mastery of educational skills. The teaching portfolio is an ever-evolving showcase that can open doors to a great teaching career.

    What is a Teaching Portfolio?

    What is a Teaching Portfolio?

    by Jule Romans0

  • As a Nursing Student myself, and looking back on the previous three years of my college career, I have gained some insight that I believe every Nursing Student should know before, and during their time in the Nursing Program.

    10 Things Every Nursing Student Should Know

    10 Things Every Nursing Student Should Know

    by Anna1

  • An easy step-by-step guide for anyone showing others how to teach English as a foreign language to children.

    How to Teach Novice Teachers

    How to Teach Novice Teachers

    by Zachary Carter0

  • What does it take to survive and thrive in one of the most demanding jobs in the world?

    The Effective  Teacher

    The Effective Teacher

    by Al Greenbaum0

  • We'll all be there at some point - the dreaded exam season. Making sure you know how to revise correctly will make all the difference to your final grade. This article will show you how to succeed.

    The Best Ways to Revise for Exams

    The Best Ways to Revise for Exams

    by Cesca Ferguson0

  • There are three common writing errors. Often when we write, we become very redundant and write very superfluous words and sentences. Here is how to watch out for them.

    Common Errors in Writing

    Common Errors in Writing

    by Angela Michelle Schultz24

  • As a former musician, I apply songwriting techniques to content writing. Improve the flow of your content by writing in a way that is music to the ears of your readers.

    Write Like a Musician for Content That Flows

    Write Like a Musician for Content That Flows

    by Marlene Bertrand104

  • The schools in the US have numerous complicated problems in educating our students to obtain a skill set to move forward in life, plus the capability to think and problem solve. The overcrowding in schools, parental indifference or lack of funding. This article is based on my independent research.

    US Education Overview

    US Education Overview

    by Pamela Oglesby12

  • This blog will show how to get even the strictest teachers to like you, and maybe, just maybe, get them to even think of you as their favorite. Don't believe me? Read on and give these tips a try!

    How to Get Any Teacher to Like You

    How to Get Any Teacher to Like You

    by V K Smiley0

  • An article that offers some helpful tips on how to constructively, but gently, critique what some might consider to be "bad" writing.

    How to Critique "Bad" Writing

    How to Critique "Bad" Writing

    by C Levrow0

  • One of the beauties of the English language is the diversity of the vocabulary available to it's users. It is also one of the things that can make English hard to get to grips with. Misused vocabulary can make even the most fluent speakers seem...

    Teaching Vocabulary to Young Learners

    Teaching Vocabulary to Young Learners

    by EmmaInIndia0

  • For English Language Learners, writing is a process that goes beyond spelling and grammar. It begins with socializing and evolves into copying sentence frames; eventually writing essays. Students need written and oral feedback, and should engage with prompts that are culturally relevant and diverse.

    Teaching Writing to English Language Learners

    Teaching Writing to English Language Learners

    by JourneyHolm0

  • Experience is showing that wise water management is key to the success of a civilization. This article shows what a career in this field could entail and how to get training.

    Land Use vs. Watershed Management Degrees

    Land Use vs. Watershed Management Degrees

    by watergeek3

  • There are so many definitions of what educational technology is that it makes it difficult to clearly identify what it is and what it should mean to an educator. This is an attempt to simplify it and explain it in an understandable way.

    What Are the Theories Behind Educational Technology?

    What Are the Theories Behind Educational Technology?

    by Murray Lindsay0

  • After the novelty of college has worn off, you may realize that during the course of the first few months, along with a criminally heavy workload, you have also developed a host of bad habits.

    8 Bad Habits Every College Student Can Relate To

    8 Bad Habits Every College Student Can Relate To

    by Priya Barua2

  • One of your most important undertakings to fulfill your academic career and goals is to take the ACT test. A personalized ACT study program can help you pass and ace your test, enabling you to have better options for a more quality college education.

    7 Practical Steps for Your Personalized ACT Study Program

    7 Practical Steps for Your Personalized ACT Study Program

    by Winnie Custodio0

  • The Medical College Admissions Test is a standardized, multiple-choice examination that, along with your undergraduate GPA, admissions use to predict your ability to succeed in a medical school setting. The exam, comprised of four sections- Physical...

    How to Prepare for the MCAT

    How to Prepare for the MCAT

    by NumbaOne-10

  • Teaching English as a foreign language is a difficult career. These are some common teaching mistakes that esl teachers make that often prevent their students from learning. Learn these and teach yourself to be a better teacher.

    Teaching ESL: Common Mistakes That English Teachers Make

    Teaching ESL: Common Mistakes That English Teachers Make

    by Jeff Davis39

  • Resources and study strategies to help you pass organic chemistry. These ochem study tips are written by a student who did well in the ochem I and II and includes useful advice shared by a professor.

    How to Pass Organic Chemistry

    How to Pass Organic Chemistry

    by Melanie Palen1

  • Here are instructions on how to assemble a first aid kit for your college student's dorm room, including a checklist for bandages, medications, useful tools and more.

    How To Make a College Dorm First Aid Kit

    How To Make a College Dorm First Aid Kit

    by FlourishAnyway20

  • The cost of a college degree will be one of the biggest investments you’ll make in your life. But going back to school could be a worthwhile expense if you're thinking about a career change.

    Can You Afford to Go Back to College?

    Can You Afford to Go Back to College?

    by Sadie Holloway0

  • Here are the basics of APA style. Know how to quickly write an APA style paper.

    APA Style Quick Tips

    APA Style Quick Tips

    by L C David8

  • I prepared this write-up to provide some insight on PhD applications beyond what you can find on program webpages, or at the very least, organize all that information into one article.

    How to Apply to STEM PhD Programs (U.S.)

    How to Apply to STEM PhD Programs (U.S.)

    by Hratch Baghdassarian0

  • By attending one of many tuition-free colleges, you can save quite a bit of money on your education. Find out which colleges don't charge a dime for tuition!

    7 Tuition-Free Colleges & Universities

    7 Tuition-Free Colleges & Universities

    by Melanie Palen10

  • An innovative training to help students to be prepared and neutralize relational and emotional bully attacks with non-violent and effective techniques.

    A Victim Inoculation Program for Bullying

    A Victim Inoculation Program for Bullying

    by William E Krill Jr1

  • I am sorry to break it to you, but college might not be as charming as you thought it would be. With that rather depressing thought, I will share the eight biggest pressures of a being freshman.

    The 8 Biggest Pressures of Being a Freshman

    The 8 Biggest Pressures of Being a Freshman

    by Priya Barua6

  • Before Gutenberg's printing press, books were painstakingly inscribed, illustrated, and bound by hand. This made them priceless works that could not easily be replaced. Thus, chained libraries came to exist, and only a few still survive . . .

    The World's Largest Surviving Chained Library

    The World's Largest Surviving Chained Library

    by Kate P6

  • Simple, easy to follow tips and ideas to help your students improve their spelling in classes. Includes strategies and suggestions for dealing with homophones,homonyms and exceptional English words.

    EFL/ESOL Teachers - Improve Spelling in Your Classes

    EFL/ESOL Teachers - Improve Spelling in Your Classes

    by Andrew Spacey9

  • Authored by James Muñoz History is the academic discipline that gives the human species the ability to understand the present through past events. History allows for a more comprehensible illumination of the present; the possibilities of our...

    History as Art or Science

    History as Art or Science

    by SHREDDER680

  • You've gotten into grad school...now how are you going to survive it? Tips for those starting graduate school, from budgeting to on-campus services and buying textbooks.

    10 Tips for Beginning Graduate School

    10 Tips for Beginning Graduate School

    by Tiffany R Isselhardt5

  • When it comes to editing books, there are many different styles you'll discover. Every editor has their unique method.

    Many Styles of Editing

    Many Styles of Editing

    by Rebecca Graf0

  • Incoming college freshmen often wonder what types of professors they will have in college. This article will "introduce" you to the different types of professors so that you can be prepared!

    The Five Professors You Meet in College

    The Five Professors You Meet in College

    by Josh Wilmoth5

  • Two little Latin terms, i.e. and e.g., have been playing the “We look alike, but we are actually different.” game for a long time, and this is my take to explain their differences.

    The Actual Difference Between i.e. and e.g.

    The Actual Difference Between i.e. and e.g.

    by Rafael Baxa5

  • So you've successfully completed high school and scored well on the SAT and ACT. However, succeeding in a public college is not about what you know, but rather how responsible of a person you are.

    Are You Prepared for a Four Year College?

    Are You Prepared for a Four Year College?

    by J Michael Martin1

  • Oral Review can be a versatile and effective teaching/learning technique. Students retain more of what they learn through repetition and review.

    How to Effectively Use Oral Review Methods

    How to Effectively Use Oral Review Methods

    by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS2

  • Having a TESOL or TEFL certificate is a big advantage when seeking a teaching job abroad. Let me explain these certifications and how you can benefit from them.

    Getting a TESOL or TEFL Certificate

    Getting a TESOL or TEFL Certificate

    by Eastward4

  • Step by Step explanation of how to do an Annotated Bibliography (Survey and Annotation of Sources). Includes how to teach this using Perspectives on Argument by Nancy Wood.

    How to Write an Annotated Bibliography

    How to Write an Annotated Bibliography

    by Virginia Kearney4

  • If you're not able to hire a professional proofreader—and you plan to enlist friends and family for free help—here are tips for using amateur proofreaders for your self published book.

    Proofreading Tips: Using Amateur Proofreaders

    Proofreading Tips: Using Amateur Proofreaders

    by Heidi Thorne8

  • Homeschooling is where the parent teaches their child from home, rather than sending them to a public or private school. This allows for freedom of teaching your child in a unique way.

    What It's Like to Be Homeschooled

    What It's Like to Be Homeschooled

    by Savanna H2

  • Are you a college-bound teen? Discover how to make adjustments such as dealing with your new freedom, making new friends, and balancing school-work with other activities.

    Helpful Advice for Freshmen About College Life

    Helpful Advice for Freshmen About College Life

    by Yvette Stupart PhD8

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